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Difference of Clinical Characteristics between Hospital-acquired Hypernatremia and Hypernatremia on Admission

Cho HD, Kim JH, Han SW, Kim HJ

  • KMID: 2052262
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):97-101.
Hypernatremia in adults is a common problem that has been associated with mortality rates ranging from 40% to 60%. Clinical characteristics of hospital-acquired hypernatremia have not been well defined. To...
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Altered Regulation of Renal Aquaporins and Sodium Transporters in Experimental Chronic Renal Failure

Kwon TH

  • KMID: 2052261
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):91-96.
Chronic renal failure, which has an increased single nephron glomerular filtration rate in remnant kidney, is known to cause characteristic structural alterations in renal tubule epithelia in association with impaired...
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Pathogenesis of Postobstructive Diuresis: Role of Aquaporin Water Channels, Sodium Transporters and Natriuretic Peptide System in the Kidney in Rats

Kim SW

  • KMID: 2052260
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):82-90.
Although the obstruction is potentially reversible with treatment, marked and sometimes prolonged diuresis and natriuresis associated with an impaired ability to concentrate the urine may follow relief of the obstruction....
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Renal Transport of Urate

Lee S, Kang KP, Kang SK

  • KMID: 2052259
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):79-81.
All urate transport occurs across the renal epithelial cells of the proximal tubule. Most of the filtered urate is reabsorbed in the S1 segment of the early proximal tubule. This...
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Hyperkalemia in Chronic Kidney Disease

Han SW

  • KMID: 2052258
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):71-78.
Potassium balance and serum potassium level are maintained until very late in chronic kidney disease (CKD), mainly because of an increase in renal and colonic excretion. Hyperkalemia may develop earlier...
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Physiology and Pathophysiology of Transcellular Shift of Potassium Balance

Na KY

  • KMID: 2052257
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):63-70.
Plasma potassium level is maintained within a narrow normal range through a transcellular shift between intracellular and extracellular space, and through renal excretion. Internal potassium balance via transcellular shift is...
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Regulation of Potassium Excretion in the Kidney

Lee JU

  • KMID: 2052256
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):58-62.
The maintenance of potassium balance depends primarily on excretion by the kidney. The regulated secretion of potassium normally accounts for most of urinary potassium excretion. Potassium transport along the nephron...
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Dietary Potassium Intake in Korean Population

Shim JY, Om AS

  • KMID: 2052255
  • Electrolyte Blood Press.
  • 2005 Nov;3(2):55-57.
Potassium plays various important roles in water balance, neuronal maintenance, blood vessel extension, arrhythmia prevention, and blood pressure maintenance. Its deficiency leads to arrhythmia, loss of appetite, convulsions, constipation, fatigue,...
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